This sharply renovated Asiatown restaurant presents Vietnamese food fans with another worthwhile option. Starring beautiful broths, crispy banh mi, and sticky rice topped with all matter of meat and veggies, the food here will doubtless earn its share of followers.
Overlooking the mouth of the Cuyahoga, this upscale restaurant hosts occasional jazz shows.
Under the guidance of well-seasoned chef Brett Montgomery, this 20-year-old restaurant in the downtown Renaissance Hotel seems reinvigorated. Much of that comes from Montgomery's decision to highlight local products on his Med-American menu, an urge that extends from precisely prepared dinner entries like Lake Erie walleye and Ohio City Pasta pierogi to the cheeses, sausages, and even the maple syrup on the groaning breakfast buffet.
Downtowns best sushi is served in this hankie-sized spot, a showplace for pristine flavors, artful presentation, and generous portions. Beyond the usual unagi, spicy tuna, and rainbow rolls, the chefs whip up impressive vegetarian futomaki, just right for herbivores. The place is packed at midday, so reservations are recommended.
The cavernous club formerly known as Kaos and Lucic’s is now Scripts, an upscale hip-hop club with a panoramic view of the Cuyahoga
Giant deck, tremendous view of the mouth of the Cuyahoga, and warm-weather weekend parties that run all day and all night.
Neat, tidy, and friendly, this multicultural restaurant in the heart of Asia Town serves an enormous variety of authentic Asian eats, most with an emphasis on seafood. Ingredients are fresh, flavors are nuanced and masterfully balanced, and prices are notable values, particularly during the bustling lunch hours.
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